America: Abandon Your Reverence for the Bachelor's Degree

America: Abandon Your Reverence for the Bachelor's Degree
If he had a bachelor's degree, he would have a better shot at more remunerative jobs in, say, food-service management—half of all such jobs now require a B.A., and food service managers with a B.A. or more earn $ 20,000 more a year than such managers …
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Some companies believe the best job candidates don't always have a college degree
The United Kingdom wing of the Ernst & Young accounting firm recently announced that it will no longer require college degrees starting in 2016, relying instead on a combination of academic profile and online skills testing. “Academic qualifications …
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D.C. Job Market Gets Tighter For Those Without College Degrees, Report Says
Ilana Boive, the report's author, says those workers getting paid less, and the industries that don't require as much education or training are shrinking. The bottom line? If you don't have a college education, it's not only harder to find a job, but …
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